Thomas Hainsworth (1873-1944) - 1926 Watercolour, Old Copper Mines, Anglesey
DescriptionA far-reaching view of the landscape at Anglesey, Wales. This painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1926. Presented glazed in a washline mount and gilt-effect wooden frame. Signed to the lower-right edge. Artist's label to the reverse, including the title. Attached to the reverse are newspaper clippings of the artist's obituaries. On watercolour paper.
Some foxing and discolouration, including to the mount. Some small scuffs to the frame.
24.3 x 37.8cm (9.6" x 14.9")Framed Size: 48.9 x 60.9cm (19.3" x 24")
Hainsworth was a painter and etcher, born Halifax, Yorkshire, who attended Halifax Technical College. He is recorded as having shown at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, and RA.
|Artist||Thomas Hainsworth (1873-1944)|
|Dimensions||24.3 x 37.8cm|
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